1 CLP Series Two-Way Radio TM User Guide Model CLP1013, CLP1043, and CLP1063 (with Bluetooth Wireless Technology)
2 Document Copyrights No duplication or distribution of this document or any portion thereof shall take place without the express written permission of Motorola. No part of this manual may be reproduced, distributed, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, for any purpose without the express written permission of Motorola. Disclaimer The information in this document is carefully examined, and is believed to be entirely reliable. However, no responsibility is assumed for inaccuracies. Furthermore, Motorola reserves the right to make changes to any products herein to improve readability, function, or design. Motorola does not assume any liability arising out of the applications or use of any product or circuit described herein; nor does it cover any license under its patent rights nor the rights of others.
3 CONTENTS Computer Software Copyrights iii Radio Frequency (RF) Exposure Safety Standards iv Product Safety and RF Exposure Compliance iv Canada Licensing Information v General Information v The License Application v Introduction Package Contents Radio Overview Radio Controls Getting Started Install The Battery Connecting a Wired Audio Accessory Connecting a Bluetooth Wireless Accessory (Select Models Only) Adding Bluetooth Headset (Initial Pairing) Reconnecting to Last Connected Bluetooth Headset Erasing Bluetooth Headset History and Add Bluetooth Headset Turning the Radio On and Off Adjusting the Volume Installing and Removing the Swivel Belt Clip Holster Transmitting and Receiving Operation with Menu Settings Selecting a Channel Monitoring a Channel Scanning Dynamic Talkaround Scan (*) Sending Call Tone (enabled through CPS) Mute Feature (*) Talk Permit Tone (*) Battery and Charger Features Battery Features CONTENTS i English
4 CONTENTS About the Li-Ion Battery Battery Recycling and Disposal Removing the Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) Battery Power Supply, Adapter and Drop-in Tray Charger Charging a Standalone Battery Charging the Bluetooth Headset Checking Battery Status Batteries and Chargers Safety Information Operational Safety Guidelines Programming the Radio through the CPS Downloading the (Customer Programming Software) CPS Radio Cloning Cloning Radio Settings Cloning Instructions Cloning Radios using the CLP Series Cloning Cable Kit P/N HKKN4026 (optional accessory) Cloning Radios using the CLP Series Multi-Unit Charger (MUC) Kit P/N HKPN4007 (optional accessory) Advanced Radio Configuration (*) Entering Advanced Radio Configuration Mode Troubleshooting Use and Care Radio Frequency and Code Charts Motorola Limited Warranty for the United States and Canada Accessories Audio Accessories Batteries Carry Accessories Chargers Programming Cables English ii
5 COMPUTER SOFTWARE COPYRIGHTS The Motorola products described in this manual may include copyrighted Motorola computer programs stored in semiconductor memories or other media. Laws in the United States and other countries preserve for Motorola certain exclusive rights for copyrighted computer programs, including, but not limited to, the exclusive right to copy or reproduce in any form the copyrighted computer program. Accordingly, any copyrighted Motorola computer programs contained in the Motorola products described in this manual may not be copied, reproduced, modified, reverse-engineered, or distributed in any manner without the express written permission of Motorola. Furthermore, the purchase of Motorola products shall not be deemed to grant either directly or by implication, estoppels, or otherwise, any license under the copyrights, patents or patent applications of Motorola, except for the normal non-exclusive license to use that arises by operation of law in the sale of a product. COMPUTER SOFTWARE COPYRIGHTS iii English
6 RADIO FREQUENCY (RF) EXPOSURE SAFETY STANDARDS For a list of Motorola-approved antennas, batteries, and other accessories, visit the following website: Product Safety and RF Exposure Compliance C a u t i o n Before using this product, read the operating instructions for safe usage contained in the Product Safety and RF Exposure booklet contained with your radio. RF SAFETY STANDARDS ATTENTION! This radio is restricted to occupational use only to satisfy FCC RF energy exposure requirements. Before using this product, read the RF energy awareness information and operating instructions in the Product Safety and RF Exposure booklet enclosed with your radio (Motorola Publication part number C98) to ensure compliance with RF energy exposure limits. English iv
7 CANADA LICENSING INFORMATION GENERAL INFORMATION The operation of your Motorola radio is subject to the Radiocommunications Act and must comply with rules and regulations of the Federal Government s department of Industry Canada. Industry Canada requires that all operators using Private Land Mobile frequencies obtain a radio license before operating their equipment. An application for your Industry Canada license is made on the form included with your packaged radio models. Additional forms and latest license application versions can be obtained from the nearest Industry Canada District office. A list of these offices is included for your information. THE LICENSE APPLICATION General Instructions 1. Fill in the items as per the instructions. If you need additional space for any item use the reverse side of the application. 2. Be sure to print legibly. 3. Make a copy for your files. 4. Prepare a cheque or money order made out to the Receiver General for Canada, for an amount, which is on the following schedule, for each radio purchased. (License is renewed on April 1st of each year, and issued for a period of 12 months). 5. Mail your completed application, along with your cheque or money order to the closest Industry Canada District office, according to the list on pages. To obtain the latest Canadian License Application form, please go to: CANADA LICENSING INFORMATION v English
8 CANADA LICENSING INFORMATION English Notes vi
9 INTRODUCTION Thank you for purchasing a Motorola CLP Series Two-Way Radio. Your radio is a product of Motorola s 80 plus years of experience as a world leader in designing and manufacturing communications equipment. The CLP Series radios provide cost-effective efficient communications for businesses such as retail stores, restaurants, hotels, and schools. Motorola professional two-way radios are the perfect communications solution for all of today s fast-paced industries. Please read this guide carefully so you know how to properly operate the radio before use. PACKAGE CONTENTS Your product package contains the following products and manuals: CLP Series Two-way Radio Swivel Belt Clip Holster Lithium Ion Battery and Battery Door Drop-In Tray Charger with Transformer Audio Accessory User Quick Reference, Chargers Instructions Leaflet, RF Safety Booklet Warranty Card For product information, visit us at: For product-related questions, contact: in the USA in Canada on your TTY (Text Telephone) INTRODUCTION This user guide covers the following CLP Series models (*): Model Frequency Band Transmit Power No. of Channels Bluetooth Repeater Capability CLP1013 UHF 1W 1 No Yes CLP1043 UHF 1W 4 No Yes CLP1063 UHF 1W 6 Yes Yes Note: Certain models may or may not be available at the time of purchase. 1 English
10 RADIO OVERVIEW RADIO CONTROLS Power/Battery Button Accessory Connector Menu Button Volume Control (+/-) Smart Status Glow RADIO OVERVIEW Push-to-Talk (PTT) Button English 2
11 GETTING STARTED INSTALL THE BATTERY 1. Push up the latch at the bottom of the battery door and lift the battery door off the radio. 2. Align the battery contacts with tabs in the battery compartment. Insert the contact side of the battery first, then press the battery down to secure in place. 3. Put the battery door back on the radio. Push down the latch to lock. Note: The CLP Series radios standard packaged models come with standard Lithium Ion battery and the standard Lithium Ion battery door. For option, customers can order Hi-capacity Lithium Ion battery (P/N HKNN4013) and the Hi-capacity Lithium Ion battery door (P/N HKLN4440). RADIO OVERVIEW 3 English
12 Connecting a Wired Audio Accessory To connect the wired audio accessory: 3. Plug the audio accessory straight into the accessory connector on the radio. Screw the audio accessory plug into the connector until it is tight and fully engaged with the connector. RADIO OVERVIEW 1. Turn the radio OFF. 2. Remove the accessory connector cover (applicable on bluetooth enabled models only). 4. Turn the radio ON. Press either the Battery Status, Menu or Volume Control button to check for audio through the audio accessory. Note: The CLP Series radios offer a variety of audio accessories. For detailed Audio Accessories List, please refer to for information on approved accessories. Lower the radio volume BEFORE placing the audio accessory in or near your ear. English 4
13 CONNECTING A BLUETOOTH WIRELESS ACCESSORY (SELECT MODELS ONLY) Adding Bluetooth Headset (Initial Pairing) 1. Turn the radio OFF. 2. Put Bluetooth headset in pairing mode. Refer to your Bluetooth headset instructions leaflet. 3. Press and hold the PTT button and power button simultaneously until radio shows the blue LED. LED Configuration User Mode LED Status Color Bluetooth Pairing Mode Pairing Successfully Bluetooth Disconnected Pairing Fail/ Timeout Last connection Fast blinking blue Add or erase/ add Solid blue Blue/purple blinks for 5 seconds Red/purple blinks until the radio reconnects Red/purple blinks until radio reconnects Note: The Bluetooth feature is disabled when the wired audio accessory is plugged into the accessory connector on the CLP radio. Reconnecting to Last Connected Bluetooth Headset 1. Turn the radio OFF. 2. Press the power button to turn the radio ON. (Make sure the Bluetooth headset is turned ON). Erasing Bluetooth Headset History and Add Bluetooth Headset 1. Turn the radio OFF. 2. Put the Bluetooth headset in pairing mode. Refer to your Bluetooth headset instructions leaflet. 3. Press and hold the Menu button and power button simultaneously until radio shows the blue LED. Note: (*) The CLP radio uses proximity pairing. Make sure the headset is close enough to the CLP radio. Pairing process takes about 14 seconds. RADIO OVERVIEW 5 English
14 RADIO OVERVIEW English Turning the Radio On and Off To turn the radio ON, press and hold the Power/ Battery button until you hear a short tone and the Smart Status Glow lights up. To turn it OFF, press and hold the button until you hear a short tone and the Smart Status Glow (red) indicator blinks once. Adjusting the Volume Turn the radio ON and set volume level by pressing volume control (+/- button). A total of 16 volume levels are available. Installing and Removing the Swivel Belt Clip Holster 1. Slide the bottom of the radio into the holster. 2. Snap the top of the holster into the radio around the accessory connector. 3. To remove the holster, pull either the top or bottom tab(s) and pull the radio from the holster. Note: When using a corded audio accessory, loop the cord into the recess in the rear of the holster for optimal plug retention Make a small loop in the cord. Pass the cord through the cord guide, nest the cord in the U-shaped groove. Pull tight to lock the cord in place. Cord Guide 5. Turn the belt clip to the position as needed. Note: U-Shaped Groove The CLP Series radios offer a variety of flexible carrying accessories. For detailed Carrying Accessories List, please refer to for information on approved accessories.
15 TRANSMITTING AND RECEIVING 1. To talk, press and hold the PTT button on the front of the radio (or on select wired audio accessories with an inline PTT). Speak clearly into the microphone on the audio accessory. When finished talking, release the PTT to listen. 2. To receive, listen through the earpiece at the volume level you have set. Press the PTT to respond. Note: The CLP Series radios always require the use of an audio accessory with microphone and speaker. Talk Range Industrial Inside steel/ concrete Application industrial buildings Unit to Unit Up to 100,000 square feet With Repeater Up to 250,000 square feet Multi-Level Inside Multi- Level Buildings Up to 10 floors Up to 20 floors RADIO OVERVIEW 7 English
16 OPERATION WITH MENU SETTINGS Press Menu button to navigate through the Menu settings. Voice Assisted Operation feature may not be available on certain previous shipping models. At any time in Menu mode, short press PTT or wait 3 seconds to exit the menu. HOW TO... STEP 1 STEP 2 Change Channel Enter Monitor Mode Enter Scan Mode Press Menu button to navigate to Channel. Press Menu button to navigate to Monitor. Press Menu button to navigate to Scan. Press +/- button to change channel. Press +/- button to activate or deactivate Monitor. Press +/- button to activate or deactivate Scan. RADIO OVERVIEW Send Call Tone (enabled through CPS) Press Menu button to navigate to Call Tone. Press +/- button to send Call Tone. Quick Tip: It is not necessary to wait for the voice prompt to be completed before continuing with next button press. Note: For single channel models, Monitor, Scan Mode and Call Tone are supported. Single channel models support Scan Mode when the user enables Dynamic Talkaround Scan on a repeater channel via the customer programming software. English 8
17 Selecting a Channel For CLP multi-channel models only: When powered ON, press the Menu button, you will hear the voice prompt: [Color] Channel [Channel#] To change press +/- Select the channel you want. The LED will reflect the color of the new channel. Press PTT button to confirm or it is activated after a 3 second hang time. CLP1013 Single-Channel Models CLP1043 Multi-Channel Models CLP1063 Multi- Channel Models Channel LED Status Color Channel LED Status Color Channel LED Status Color 1 Red 1 Red 1 Red Green 2 Green Yellow 3 Yellow Blue 4 Blue 5 Purple RADIO OVERVIEW 6 White 9 English
18 RADIO OVERVIEW Monitoring a Channel 1. To activate, press the Menu button to navigate to Monitor mode. 2. When Monitor is OFF, you will hear the voice prompt: Monitor To activate press +/-. 3. Press either +/- button to activate the Monitor; press either +/- button again to deactivate. Note: When Monitor is ON, you will hear static if no activity is present or audio if channel activity is present. 4. To engage the Monitor mode, enable Monitor via the menu and let the menu time out. 5. To deactivate, press PTT during Monitor Menu mode. Scanning (*) For multi-channel models only You can scan up to 4 channels on CLP 1043 models and scan up to 6 channels on CLP1063 models. When the radio detects activity, it stops scanning and locks in on the active channel. This allows you to talk and listen to the person transmitting without changing channels. 1. Press the Menu button to navigate to Scan mode. 2. When Scan is OFF, you will hear the voice prompt: Scan To activate press +/-. 3. Press either +/- button to activate the Scan; press either +/- button again to deactivate. 4. When Scan is on, you will hear the voice prompt: Scan To deactivate press +/- button. English 10
19 Dynamic Talkaround Scan (*) "Dynamic Talkaround Scan" is a simple but effective method for an on-site repeater enabled two-way radio systems to maximize communication coverage. This feature can be enabled on a repeater channel via the Customer Programming Software (CPS). The Dynamic Talkaround Scan gives the radio the ability to scan both the transmit and receive frequencies of a repeater channel. Note: (*) Enhancement feature on CLP Radios. May not be available on previous shipping radios. The Dynamic Talkaround Scan is given higher priority then the Scan Mode. If the Dynamic Talkaround Scan and Scan is enabled on the home channel, then the radio can only support the Dynamic Talkaround Scan. Sending Call Tone (enabled through CPS) 1. Press the Menu button to navigate to Call Tone. 2. Press either +/- button to transmit selected Call Tone. Note: There are 4 Call Tones available. Mute Feature (*) You can quickly lower the headset volume using the Mute feature. 1. Press and hold + or - button while receiving audio to quickly lower the headset volume to Mute Headset Volume setting (configurable via CPS). You can hear the voice prompt: "Mute" 2. To switch back to the previous headset volume setting, press and hold + or - button again. You can hear the voice prompt: "Unmute". Note: (*) Enhancement feature on CLP radios. May not available on previous shipping radios. The enhanced CLP does not support the volume scroll like the previous CLP models. Talk Permit Tone (*) In mixed fleet situations (CLP1013 or CLP1043 and CLP1063), Bluetooth users may miss some words due to the Bluetooth connection not being established. Talk Permit Tone allocates some time so that the link between the radio and headset gets reestablished thus minimizing the lost words. (The Talk Permit Tone is disabled by default on CPS on the Bluetooth models). Note: (*) Enhancement feature on CLP radios may not be available on previous shipping radios. RADIO OVERVIEW 11 English
20 BATTERY AND CHARGER FEATURES BATTERY AND CHARGER FEATURES BATTERY FEATURES The CLP Series radio provides Lithium-Ion batteries that come in different capacities that will define the battery life. About the Li-Ion Battery The CLP Series radio comes equipped with a rechargeable Li-Ion battery. This battery should be charged before initial use to ensure optimum capacity and performance. Battery life is determined by several factors. Among the more critical are the regular overcharge of batteries and the average depth of discharge with each cycle. Typically, the greater the overcharge and the deeper the average discharge, the fewer cycles a battery will last. For example, a battery which is overcharged and discharged 100% several times a day, lasts fewer cycles than a battery that receives less of an overcharge and is discharged to 50% per day. Further, a battery which receives minimal overcharging and averages only 25% discharge, lasts even longer. Motorola batteries are designed specifically to be used with a Motorola charger and vice versa. Charging in non-motorola equipment may lead to battery damage and void the battery warranty. The battery should be at about 77 F (25 C) (room temperature), whenever possible. Charging a cold battery (below 50 F [10 C]) may result in leakage of electrolyte and ultimately in failure of the battery. Charging a hot battery (above 95 F [35 C]) results in reduced discharge capacity, affecting the performance of the radio. Motorola rapid-rate battery chargers contain a temperaturesensing circuit to ensure that batteries are charged within the temperature limits stated above. Battery Life Based on 5% transmit, 5% receive, 90% standby (standard duty cycle): Charging Solution Estimated Battery Life Standard Li- Ion Battery Battery Type High Capacity Li-Ion Battery CLP1013, CLP hours 14 hours CLP hours 12 hours English 12
21 Battery Recycling and Disposal Li-Ion rechargeable batteries can be recycled. However, recycling facilities may not be available in all areas. Under various U.S. state laws and the laws of several other countries, batteries must be recycled and cannot be disposed of in landfills or incinerators. Contact your local waste management agency for specific requirements and information in your area. Motorola fully endorses and encourages the recycling of Li-Ion batteries. In the U.S. and Canada, Motorola participates in the nationwide Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation (RBRC) program for Li-Ion battery collection and recycling. Many retailers and dealers participate in this program. For the location of the drop-off facility closest to you, access RBRC's Internet web site at: or call: This internet site and telephone number also provides other useful information concerning recycling options for consumers, businesses and governmental agencies. BATTERY AND CHARGER FEATURES 13 English
22 Removing the Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) Battery Power Supply, Adapter and Drop-in Tray Charger BATTERY AND CHARGER FEATURES Battery Latch 1. Turn OFF the radio. 2. Push up the latch at the bottom of the battery door and lift the battery door off the radio. 3. Pull the battery away from the radio. The radio is packaged with one Drop-in Tray Charger with transformer. For details, see Chargers Section on page 43. English 14
23 Charging a Standalone Battery For your convenience the battery on the CLP radios can be charged as a stand alone battery using either a Single Unit Charger (SUC) or a Multi-Unit Charger (MUC). Note: Micro-USB Charging Jack When acquiring additional chargers or power supplies, make sure you have similar drop-in tray chargers and power supplies sets. For part number details, refer to Chargers Section on page Connect the CLP power supply to a proper AC outlet. 3. Insert the battery into the tray, with the inside surface of the battery facing the front of the charger, as shown. 4. Ensure the slots in the battery correctly engage in the charger. Estimated Charging Time The following table provides the estimated charging time of the battery. Charging Solution Single Unit Charger Multi Unit Charger Estimated Charging Time Standard Li- Ion Battery Battery Type High Capacity Li-Ion Battery 4 hours 5.5 hours 2.5 hours 4 hours BATTERY AND CHARGER FEATURES To charge only the battery: 1. Insert the connector of the power supply into the Micro USB port on the front of the drop-in tray charger. 5. For further details, see Batteries Section on page English
24 BATTERY AND CHARGER FEATURES Charging the Radio with the Drop-in Tray Single Unit Charger (SUC) Note: When charging a battery attached to a radio, turn the radio OFF to ensure a full charge. The radio will fit in the charger with the holster attached when placed face down in the tray. Charging with the Drop-In Tray Multi-Unit Charger (Optional Accessory) 1. Place the drop-in tray charger on a flat surface. 2. Insert the connector of the power supply into the Micro USB port on the front of the drop-in tray charger. 3. Connect the correct power supply to a proper AC outlet. 4. Insert the radio (with battery installed) into the tray, facing down and making sure the charging contacts on the charger are aligned with the contacts on the radio. The Multi-Unit Charger (MUC) allows drop-in charging of up to 6 radios. Each of the 6 charging pockets can hold a radio (with battery installed). The Multi-Unit Charger provides pockets for headset storage. 1. Place the charger on a flat surface or mount it on the wall. 2. Insert the power cord plug into the jack on the MUC. English 16
25 3. Plug the cord into an AC outlet and then into charger. 4. Turn the radio OFF. Note: If the radio is ON while charging, it will take longer to fully charge. 5. Insert the radio facing down (with battery installed) into the charging pocket, making sure the radio contacts are aligned with the MUC contacts. Note: The battery can be charged by itself using the slot on the flat surface of the charging pocket. Charging Status LEDs On the drop-in charger, the radio charging pocket has an LED Charger. On the MUC, each of the 6 charging pockets has an LED. The LEDs are grouped into pairs to show which charging pockets are paired. The LED is red when the battery is charging. It turns to green once the battery is fully charged. Note: This Multi Unit Charger allows you to clone up to 2 radios (2 Source radios and 2 Target radios). For more details, refer to Radio Cloning Section on page 24. For part number details, refer to the Accessories Section on page 42. Charger LED Indicator Status LED Status Comments Charging Steady Red Indication The charger is currently charging. Charge Complete Battery Fault (*) Note: Note: Steady Green Indication Blinking Red Battery is fully charged. Battery was faulty when inserted. The LED is red when the battery is charging. It turns to green once the battery is fully charged. (*) Re-seating the battery pack will likely correct this issue. BATTERY AND CHARGER FEATURES 17 English
26 BATTERY AND CHARGER FEATURES Charging the Bluetooth Headset Refer to your Bluetooth headset leaflet for charging instruction. Charging Bluetooth Headset with CLP Series Drop-In Tray Multi-Unit Charger and Cloning Cable (Optional Accessory) You can also charge your Bluetooth headset with CLP Series Multi Unit Charger (MUC) P/N HKPN4007 (optional accessory) and Cloning Cable P/N HKKN4026 (optional accessory). Checking Battery Status When powered on, short press and release the Power/Battery button, the Smart Status Glow and Voice Assisted Operation features (*) will give you the battery status of the radio. Battery Status Level Battery Level High (70 100%) Battery Level Medium (30 70%) LED Status Color Green Yellow Plug one side of the cloning cable microconnector to the USB port of the Multi-Unit Charger (there are 6 USB port on top of the accessory pockets) Plug the other end of the cloning cable to the USB port of the Bluetooth headset for charging Note: Refer to the charging status light on your Bluetooth headset leaflet. Battery Level Low (10 30%) Battery Level Critical (0 10%) Red Blinking Red After the Smart Status Glow and Voice Assisted Operation features (*) indicate the BATTERY STATUS, it will return to the current channel color. Note: (*) May not be available on certain previous shipping radios. English 18
27 BATTERIES AND CHARGERS SAFETY INFORMATION This document contains important safety and operating instructions. Read these instructions carefully and save them for future reference. Before using the battery charger, read all the instructions and cautionary markings on the charger, the battery, and the radio using the battery 1. To reduce risk of injury, charge only the rechargeable Motorola-authorized batteries. Other batteries may explode, causing personal injury and damage. 2. Use of accessories not recommended by Motorola may result in risk of fire, electric shock, or injury. 3. To reduce risk of damage to the electric plug and cord, pull by the plug rather than the cord when disconnecting the charger. 4. An extension cord should not be used unless absolutely necessary. Use of an improper extension cord could result in risk of fire and electric shock. If an extension cord must be used, make sure that the cord size is 18 AWG for lengths up to 6.5 feet (2.0 m), and 16 AWG for lengths up to 9.8 feet (3.0 m). 5. To reduce risk of fire, electric shock, or injury, do not operate the charger if it has been broken or damaged in any way. Take it to a qualified Motorola service representative. 6. Do not disassemble the charger; it is not repairable and replacement parts are not available. Disassembly of the charger may result in risk of electrical shock or fire. 7. To reduce risk of electric shock, unplug the charger from the AC outlet before attempting any maintenance or cleaning BATTERIES AND CHARGERS SAFETY INFORMATION 19 English
28 OPERATIONAL SAFETY GUIDELINES Turn the radio OFF when charging battery. The charger is not suitable for outdoor use. Use only in dry locations/conditions. BATTERIES AND CHARGERS SAFETY INFORMATION Connect charger only to an appropriately fused and wired supply of the correct voltage (as specified on the product). Disconnect charger from line voltage by removing main plug. The outlet to which this equipment is connected should be nearby and easily accessible. Maximum ambient temperature around the power supply equipment must not exceed 40 C (104 F). Make sure that the cord is located where it will not be stepped on, tripped over, or subjected to water, damage, or stress. English 20
29 PROGRAMMING THE RADIO THROUGH THE CPS RADIO PROGRAMMING OVERVIEW Downloading the (Customer Programming Software) CPS You can program or change features on your CLP radios by using the Computer Programming Software (CPS) and the CPS Programming Cable (*). CPS software is available for free as web based downloadable software at: After downloading the CPS, install the software to your computer. Programming the Radio To program the radio: 1. Connect the radio via the Drop-in Charger Tray or the Charging Pocket with PROG label on the Multi-Unit Charger and CPS Programming Cable. Programming the Radio through a Single Unit Charger Programming the Radio through a Multi-Unit Charger PROGRAMMING THE RADIO THROUGH THE CPS 21 English
30 PROGRAMMING THE RADIO THROUGH THE CPS 2. Make sure the radio is turned ON. 3. Once the radio is connected, open the CPS and select Read on the toolbar to get the radio profile. The CPS allows the user to change settings, such as General, Audio, Menu, Channels, Scan List, Customized PL/ DPL, Bluetooth (*), as well as select frequencies, PL/DPL codes on each channel. 4. After you change the settings, press Write on the toolbar to save the settings. For more information on the Computer Programming Software, please refer to Help menu on the CPS. Note: (*) CPS Programming Cable (P/N HKKN4025) is an accessory sold separately. Please contact your Motorola Point of Purchase for more information. (*) Bluetooth is available on selected models only. Factory Default Settings Your radio is programmed at the factory to the following settings: CLP1013 1W UHF 1 CH Radios Default Settings - BRCAN Channel # Frequency # Frequency Setting Code Value (Hz) Band width (khz) CLP1043 1W UHF 4 CH Radios Default Settings - BRCAN Channel # Frequency # Frequency Settings Code Value (Hz) Band width (khz) English 22
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